Refinished Golf Balls
The refinishing process being more costly than recycling is utilized mainly for higher end balls such as Titleist Pro V1, Callaway HX Tour, Taylormade Penta, Nike One etc. Popular proline balls like the Titleist NXT series and Bridgestone e series are also excellent candidates for refinishing.
These premium brand balls are carefully sorted by brand and model, including the year-to-year variations, so you can be guaranteed the brand and model you see on a Links Choice refinished golf ball is that ball.
Value brands such as Top-Flite, Pinnacle, Maxfli, etc. also benefit from refinishing, taking what would be a dull, dirty ball and giving it a bright uniform finish. These brands are sorted and packaged by brand only with various models having the same uniform brand markings.
Retrieved golf ball sorted and washed, ready for Links Choice refinishing process.
Original paint and finish carefully removed and original surface ready to be re-coated.
Golf ball repainted and inspected, ready for printing with Links Choice and factory markings.
Refinished clear-coated golf ball inspected and ready for packaging.
It is important to note that neither process can repair scrapes, dents or scuffs. We have different levels or grades, such as Mint, Near Mint, etc., so the consumer is certain about the quality of their purchase. Quality is our first priority, with a 100% guarantee on your satisfaction.
Links Choice Used & Refinished vs. Used Re-washed Golf Balls
We are proud of the recent testing results showing that our Links Choice Refinished golf balls fly as far or farther than ordinary used rewashed golf balls of the type sold by many of our competitors. Links Choice, the industry leader in recycled/refinished golf ball Processing, Packaging and Innovation.
• Refinished golf balls are used golf balls washed, graded, stripped, painted, stamped and re-clear coated by Links Choice.
• Washed Only golf balls are used golf balls washed and graded only.
• Research conducted by a testing laboratory using a mechanical golfer for consistency.
• Tested with an MG Xtreme 400, with a 44.75” shaft, at an average club head speed of 101 mph.